Fitch: MGM rating outlook remains Negative

Fitch Ratings has confirmed that the Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) for MGM Resorts International and MGM China Holdings are at ‘BB-’. The agency said that the Rating Outlook remains Negative. “The affirmation

PJ head promoted to Chief Inspector

  Sit Chong Meng, director of the Judiciary Police (PJ), was promoted yesterday from First-tier Inspector to Chief Inspector, a position crucial to holding the directorship pursuant to Law No 17/2020,

Lawmaker calls for special measures for patients seeking treatment in Hong Kong

Lawmaker Agnes Lam has suggested that the government provide a special avenue to allow Macau patients seeking medical treatment to travel to Hong Kong without needing to undergo quarantine. In a

CE, as UM chancellor, reminds university to follow national development plans

Chief Executive (CE) Ho Iat Seng, who is also the Chancellor of the University of Macau (UM), has impressed upon the university’s management that the institution should play an important

Elections 2021 | CAEAL publishes candidate lists for September elections, few surprises

The Legislative Assembly Electoral Affairs Commission (CAEAL) yesterday published the 24 lists that are running for seats in the seventh term of the Legislative Assembly (AL), which will start later

Election group trustee suspects targeted attack

Lo Chun Seng, trustee of and the first candidate in Macau Victory’s candidate list for the upcoming Legislative Assembly Election, complained yesterday to the Legislative Assembly Electoral Affairs Commission (CAEAL)

Association urges reinstatement of seven-day validity period for Covid-19 test 

Representatives of the New Macau Gaming Staff Rights Association delivered a petition letter to Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng yesterday, calling on him to moderate stringent cross-border regulations and address

Croupiers worried about Hong Kong patrons

In its petition, the New Macau Gaming Staff Rights Association also expressed safety concerns about the upcoming flow of Hong Kong patrons should the intercity border reopen. The president of the

Consumer Council to increase staff for new consumer protection law

The remarks were delivered yesterday by Wong Hon Neng, president of the Executive Committee of the CC. The authorities are now laying the foundations for the promotion of the upcoming new

International travel expo kicks off tomorrow

The 9th Macau International Travel (Industry) Expo will be held from July 9 to 11 at Cotai Expo Halls A and B of the Venetian Macau in an online and

Crime | Police bust online gangs in joint SAR operations

Police in Macau and Hong Kong have busted an online scam syndicate, arresting four suspects in Macau and three in Hong Kong, the Judiciary Police (PJ) announced yesterday. It was estimated

Aussie treasurer: National interests come first with China

Australia will always put its national interests ahead of economic interests in its troubled relationship with China, a senior Australian lawmaker said yesterday after a White House official predicted Sino-Australian

Xiplomacy | Xi calls on political parties to pursue ‘wellbeing and progress of mankind’

The choice is in our hands and the responsibility falls on our shoulders.” That was what Chinese President Xi Jinping, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central

This day in history | 2003 Conjoined twins die in separation op

Conjoined Iranian twins who volunteered to go ahead with a major operation to separate them have both died during surgery. Laleh and Ladan Bijani suffered a fatal loss of blood within

Nissan CEO tells Tokyo court Carlos Ghosn had too much power

Nissan Chief Executive Makoto Uchida told a Japanese court yesterday that the company’s former chairman, Carlos Ghosn, had held too much power, failed to listen to others, and stayed on

Covid-19 | Australia’s largest city Sydney locks down for third week

Sydney’s two-week lockdown has been extended for another week due to the vulnerability of an Australia population largely unvaccinated against COVID-19, officials said yesterday. “The situation we’re in now is largely

Biden: US damage appears minimal in big ransomware attack

President Joe Biden said yesterday (local time) that damage to U.S. businesses in the biggest ransomware attack on record appears minimal, though information remained incomplete. The company whose software was

Galaxy co-hosts activities promoting responsible gaming

Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) and the Macao Gaming Industry Employees Home Integrated Services Centre (MGIEH) have joined hands on organizing a series of activities to promote responsible gaming to GEG

MGM and DSAL launch trainings for different professionals

In view of providing more targeted trainings for different types of professionals, MGM collaborated with the Macau Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) again to launch the “Professional Workforce Development Series” for

Semi-finals | Review: Italy beats Spain on penalties, reaches Euro 2020 final

Facing a wall of nervous blue-and-white clad Italy fans behind the goal, Jorginho took his trademark hop and skip before calmly stroking in the winning penalty. So much for the pressure

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